story of the Cape Fear and Deep River Navigation Company, 1849-1873
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Published by Chatham County Historical Society, [May be ordered from J.H. London] in [Pittsboro? N.C.], [Pittsboro, N.C.] (P.O. Box 12, Pittsboro 27312 .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Chatham County (N.C.)

Subjects:

  • Cape Fear and Deep River Navigation Company -- History.,
  • Chatham County (N.C.) -- Economic conditions.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. [79]-[80]

Statementby Wade H. Hadley, Jr.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHE633.C365 H3
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 78, [2] p., [1] folded leaf of plates :
Number of Pages78
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3822440M
LC Control Number81132189

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In the state sold to the Deep River Navigation Company the navigation works from Foxes Island in the Cape Fear River to the junction of the Deep and Haw and up both of those rivers. Wade H. Hadley Jr., The Story of the Cape Fear and Deep River Navigation Company, (). In the state sold to the Deep River Navigation Company the navigation works from Foxes Island in the Cape Fear River [13] to the junction of the Deep and Haw and up both of those rivers. References: Wade H. Hadley Jr., The Story of the Cape Fear and Deep River Navigation Company, . The Cape Fear and Deep River Navigation Company The Story of the Cape Fear and Deep River Navigation Company, by Wade Hadley, The author's abstract reads: "The story records an heroic attempt to render almost one hundred miles of the upper Cape Fear and lower Deep rivers continuously and reliably navigable for steamboats." The the years and remains an important resource, now housed in the Chatham Community Library in Pittsboro. • In , the Association published The Story of the Cape Fear and Deep River Navigation Company, by Wade H. Hadley, Jr.

Rivers— includ ing an ancient Cape Fear—carried the fragments downslope, depositing them in a vast coastal plain at the ocean’s edge. The plain grew in a wide and deep wedge: You’ll find Appalachian sedime feet deep along North Carolina’s offshore margins, feet deep at Cape Hatteras. The Big Book of the Cape Fear River Editor’s Note. This is a truly remarkable work, a shining example of tax dollars well spent. I first came across this report on the places where history happened on the Cape Fear River in the office of Mary Strickland at the North Carolina Maritime Museum in . After the war ended, Wilmington’s stature as a hub expanded – a reputation that was bolstered when a new railroad line was created that linked the Cape Fear River with the state capital in Raleigh. The railroad, which was completed by , would inevitably become the longest single track railroad in .   Ag’t. C. F. Steam Boat Co. [Fayetteville Observer – Semi-Weekly, March 3, ] — CAPE FEAR NAVIGATION CO. PAY YOUR TOLLS! COLLECT YOUR DIVIDENTS!! NOTICE is hereby given to all persons indebted to the Cape Fear Navigation Company to make payment before the 28 th inst., as the present currency will not be received at par after that time.

  The need for better transportation brought between and three shipyards, three plank roads and three railroads. The Wilmington and Raleigh railroad (renamed the Wilmington and Weldon and then Atlantic Coast Line) was the longest continuous road in the world in Author: Lori Erwin. Here's an excerpt from my next forthcoming book A Tolerable Bateau Navigation: The Story of the Deep and Haw River Navigation Company, You can order the book via email: [email protected] Round IV on the Upper Cape Fear: A Bateau Navigation In Down the Wild Cape Fear, novelist and nonfiction writer Philip Gerard invites readers onto the fabled waters of the Cape Fear River and guides them on the mile voyage from the confluence of the Deep and Haw Rivers at Mermaid Point all the way to the Cape of Fear on Bald Head anying the author by canoe and powerboat are a cadre of people passionate about the river, among Cited by: 1.   Navigation Company.—The important undertaking of removing the obstructions in Cape Fear River, is already commenced and will be prosecuted with great vigor—The Company have employed Mr. James A#ernethy, a skillful engineer, to arrange and direct the proposed improvements. Under his inspection, we understand, that the Locks and ### ## ## be forthwith constructed, and the.